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Re: TB:REB:HYB: Tennessee irises

From: "ruth" <ruth@sonetcom.com>

>  Phil Williams had some pods on rebloomers tagged at his
> place in middle Tennessee, so maybe he will come up with some good stuff
> for us in a few years.

In reference to the above statement: Phil Williams does NOT hybridize
although he is very good to promote iris hybridizers.  The seed pods tagged
in his garden belonged to Gary Sides, who needed the space while he was
moving. Maybe Gary will introduce some of those.

Ruth B. Simmons - Oklahoma - Region 22
Still sizzling but hoping the weather man is right, promising rain & cooler
temps tomorrow.

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